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Jun
2019
SIERRA LEONE TOURISM DELEGATION ON A TOP-NOTCH TOURISM AND TRADE ROUND TABLE DISCUSSION WITH CANADIAN FOREIGN DEPARTMENT.
Posted by: Sierra Leone National Tourist Board /19
Just yesterday we spotted the other side of the Minister of Tourism and Culture, when concepts and theories pertaining trade, investment, tourism development, peace, youths and unemployment, human rights and a cohesive working environment, for foreign investment was given a thorough diagnosis by the able Minister of Tourism and Culture of Sierra Leone. This top-notch […]
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Jun
2019
SIERRA LEONE TOURISM INVESTMENT AND PROMOTION IN CANADA-OTTAWA
Posted by: Sierra Leone National Tourist Board /31
Sierra Leone Tourism Minister takes another robust Tourism promotion and Investment approach to a new niche Canada. The Minister of Tourism and Culture Dr. Memunatu Pratt and her team her presently in Ottawa Canada. One may curious to ask why Canada? Canada is also another key tourist generating regions with a we managed tourism receipt […]
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Jun
2019
MTCA and MRC accord national protection to Bai Bureh’s Grave in a Proclamation Ceremony
Posted by: Sierra Leone National Tourist Board /34
The Ministry of Tourism and Cultural Affairs and the Monuments and Relics Commission have completed a Proclamation Ceremony recognizing the grave of the leader of the 1898 Uprising in Sierra Leone, Bai Bureh ‘Kebalai’ as a National Monument. As Mohamed Faray Kargbo reports, this development would change the face of tourism in Port Loko District. […]
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May
2019
Why Sierra Leone should go straight to the top of your must-visit list
Posted by: Sierra Leone National Tourist Board /88
Everyone wanted to believe they’d just seen a pygmy hippo. We’d paused our kayaks after a greyish backside was spotted swishing into the forest. There are fewer than 200 pygmy hippos in Sierra Leone and they’re no easy sighting – but around 80 per cent of them are found in this area. Then again, as […]
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